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wonderful wesite, I think it is important to remember our past and best way to prepare for the future. Thanks for making this website available to all generations present and futre.

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He is missed by all the Baby Boomers... we all grew up with him and knew about him

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I Have been an Audie Murphy ever since his first film. He was not much older than I am but I sure loved his movies.

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Thanks to all of the brave men & women of our great armed services.

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A great American hero who must not be forgotten.

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I wish Audie Murphy movies were back on TV, these young people today have no idea what a real hero is. Today the far left boo our heros, and it greatly upsets me.

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I have alway loved Audie Murphy. I have visited the Museum in Greenville, Texas during Audie Days. I met Ben Cooper and Paul Picerni at that time. I wished I could have met Audie in person. My Dad was also in WWII. We follow the routes of where my Dad was and where Audies units were. I babyset for a family that had one of Audies registered Quarter Horses. Hancocks Dude. I still watch any of his movies when ever I can. My favorite would be either Destry or Tumbleweed.

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Going to be in a car show tomorrow at the VA medical center named after this American Hero.

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I am honored to have a chance to learn and read about a man who overcame so much hardship, both in and out of the Army. No one could ever ask for a better role model. May he rest in peace and blessing be with his family and comrades.

Dog Face Soldiers all the way!

Sabrina A.Hernandez
SSG, USA
10 yrs.


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THANKS TO THE GREAT MAJOR AUDIE L. MURPHY !!! and you may want to include as audie places to visit is the 3rd ID at fort stewart, ga, this is where his actual gun is displayed !!!

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